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Feral cat hotel

Feral cat hotel

Keep your Feral (TNR) Colony clean of trash and stop "non-volunteers" from just dropping of cat food cans... cat food cans/jars/cups can be the death of you feral colony. KEEP YOUR COLONY CLEAN - so the cats remain safe... and their home doesn't become dirty with trash.

Keep your Feral (TNR) Colony clean of trash and stop "non-volunteers" from just dropping of cat food cans... cat food cans/jars/cups can be the death of you feral colony. KEEP YOUR COLONY CLEAN - so the cats remain safe... and their home doesn't become dirty with trash.

Keep your Feral (TNR) Colony clean of trash and stop "non-volunteers" from just dropping of cat food cans... cat food cans/jars/cups can be the death of you feral colony. KEEP YOUR COLONY CLEAN - so the cats remain safe... and their home doesn't become dirty with trash.

Keep your Feral (TNR) Colony clean of trash and stop "non-volunteers" from just dropping of cat food cans... cat food cans/jars/cups can be the death of you feral colony. KEEP YOUR COLONY CLEAN - so the cats remain safe... and their home doesn't become dirty with trash.

New Blog Post: How to Grow Cat Grass {without dirt} http://www.healthstartsinthekitchen.com/2016/04/22/diy-grow-cat-grass-no-dirt-needed/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Hayley%20%40%20Health%20Starts%20in%20the%20Kitchen&utm_content=How%20to%20Grow%20Cat%20Grass%20%7Bwithout%20dirt%7D

New Blog Post: How to Grow Cat Grass {without dirt} http://www.healthstartsinthekitchen.com/2016/04/22/diy-grow-cat-grass-no-dirt-needed/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Hayley%20%40%20Health%20Starts%20in%20the%20Kitchen&utm_content=How%20to%20Grow%20Cat%20Grass%20%7Bwithout%20dirt%7D

An instructional guide to building a feral cat shelter, type "B", using common materials. Donna Cosgrove Baker and Lauren Laster presenting. From a video ser...

An instructional guide to building a feral cat shelter, type "B", using common materials. Donna Cosgrove Baker and Lauren Laster presenting. From a video ser...

Left clipped ear - sign of a cared for feral cat (that has been spayed/neutered - don't take to the pound) The best help is to give them an outdoor shelter and food/water.

Left clipped ear - sign of a cared for feral cat (that has been spayed/neutered - don't take to the pound) The best help is to give them an outdoor shelter and food/water.

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